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I have found some new material that I can use to expand this article and enable it to stand alone in its own right. Give me a few more days to gather the material. Thanks. Fsmatovu (talk) 15:11, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
How about expanding the relevant section at South Sudan. Right now there is only one sentence there. Merge this whole article there and it would still be a very short section. You say you've got some new stuff & that's great news. We only have to wait a few days until there's a decent article here. I look forward to seeing it. Meanwhile readers are following the link from them main page and finding the South Sudan article full of holes like a piece of lace then following links all over the place to the stubs which fill in the holes. Days count when the topic is in the news. We're promised that the stubs will be fleshed out in time ... why are we waiting? Why was this stub (and the others) created in the first place? Why not work on the main article until there's something worth splitting off? I just don't understand this approach. JIMptalk·cont 23:26, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
I support the merger. Obvious reasons. NelsonSudan (talk) 10:03, 17 July 2011 (UTC)
Proposing separate article on female education in south Sudan
I am a student at Rice University and I am seeking to create a new article focusing specifically on female education in south Sudan. This general article on education in south Sudan only offers basic information on the different levels of education, but make little mention of how many schools exist, their location, and how many students are able to attend school. Only one sentence even mentions girls' education. The issue of education in south Sudan, particularly the large gender disparity in school attendance, is something which has gained wide international attention in recent years from the United Nations and NGOs. It is widely recognized that there is a serious lack of gender equality in education, and I seek to gather all relevant information in one concise article. If any contributors to this page have any suggestions or advice to offer me as I write the new article, please contact me through my talk page.